October 1, 2000
by Oral Health
Serious runners can get their pulses racing with this site, overflowing with information. Members can create a running log, access training tips and nutrition advice.
Two women created this site to purge the world of ‘horrible, crass, rude, boorish behaviour’ that seems to be the norm in the post, post-modern world.
This quick list of one-liners may reinforce what you have always thought about they guy in the Trans Am.
From the magazine that brings you edgy articles and weekly cultural listings in major cities. Guides are deepest for London and New York.
Through its informal approach to dental health, this site aims to educate, not intimidate. Visit ‘Off the Record’ and ‘Dentist Diary’ for a glimpse into the life and psyche of dentists.
Called a city guide ‘megasite’. Contains a slew of urban-focused guides for some 80 cities from Sacramento to Sydney. Searchable databases for restaurants, bars, events, theatre and other events.
Reported to be the most comprehensive global investing portal on the Internet. Includes daily articles on topics ranging from Middle Eastern markets and Russian oil funds to the consolidation of the German cable industry.
Golf lovers can feed their need with news from the PGA, LPGA, senior PGA and even the European tours. Visitors can chat, shop and get tips galore.
On this site you can search thousands of funds by sector, from foreign funds to small caps, or you can do an advanced search to identify funds based on management tenure, expense ratio, net assets or year-to-date return.
This site has sprouted to feed the Canadian taste buds south of the border. Expatriots can find and buy Red Rose tea, Coffee Crisp, Smarties and even Tim Horton’s coffee.
Everything about new cars, trucks, consumer advice, road tests, safety information, and hot vehicles for 2001. The Town Hall’s 450,000 members chat about everything from women’s automotive issues to insurance.